SSD on old ATA motherboard Tags: Hard Drives SSD SATA Motherboards Solid State Storage Last response: November 19, 2012 10:38 AM in Storage Share dash45365 November 19, 2012 10:27:13 AM I would like to replace my current ATA hdd with a solid state drive. The problem is that SSD only comes with SATA. Will the SSD work on my computer if I install a SATA adapter? Thx More about : ssd ata motherboard tassietim November 19, 2012 10:38:29 AM yes but use a sata controller addon card if possible m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources UpGrade my old Dell XPS Gen2 17" SSD SATA vs Ultra ATA? Forum Do serial ATA 3 cables for SSD come with my motherboard? Forum SolvedInstalling new CPU and Motherboard with new SSD but wanting to keep old HDD files Forum SolvedInstalling new Motherboard, new SSD and clean install new windows-7 on old windows xp computer Forum SolvedInstalling new SSD on old MSI motherboard Forum SolvedATA vs SATA Samsung 840ssd Forum Install old SSD on new motherboard will windows Install? Forum SolvedNeither Windows 7 sp1 install disc or Windows XP sp3 on SATA hdd recognize my old 80GB ATA Hdd. Forum SolvedSSD S-ATA III special cable? Forum SSD on old motherboard Forum New SSD, New Motherboard - OLD HDD, OS and File Transfer Questions Forum Very Old Motherboard With Very New SSD Forum SolvedDo Intel SSD DC S3700 need Serial ATA Connector controller to run? Forum SolvedDoes this motherboard include serial ATA data cables? Forum SolvedSsd compatibility with old mb asus p5ld2-se Forum SolvedInstalling Windows 7 on new SSD, what happens to old HDD that had Windows 7 first? Forum SolvedWould this old PC survive with the help of an SSD? Forum SolvedInstalled Windows 8 onto my new SSD; how do I wipe the old TB HDD? Forum ht 2000 ATA II motherboard for $100 Forum Cant "find" old ATA HDD files Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !